Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

How the World Works - Grade 5 - Unit 2 Meeting

No description
by

Sarah Dotulong

on 4 September 2018

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of How the World Works - Grade 5 - Unit 2 Meeting

How the World Works - Grade 5 - Unit 2 Meeting
Monday, 3 September 2018
Unit Two Overview
Transdisciplinary Theme:
How the World Works
Central Idea:
Understanding scientific principles can help people solve problems and improve quality of life.
Key Concepts:
Form, Perspective, Responsibility
Attitudes:
Appreciation, Curiosity, Integrity
Lines of Inquiry:
Scientific principles at work in the world
People's responses to scientific advancement
Responsible use of science
Outcomes:
Describe scientific principles and explain how they are at work in the world
Describe how people respond to the advancements in science
Describe / identify human responsibility towards the use of science
Subject Integration:
English
Bahasa
Math
Focus
Commanding verbs
Precise Vocabulary
Prepositions - Correct Usage
Adverbial Phrases
Technical Language
Review
Procedural Writing
Present Tense
Action Verbs
Adjectives
In the second unit, the students will learn how to write a procedural text. For their summative assignment, they will write a procedural text and video themselves presenting the procedure. To get them ready for the summative, in this second unit they will learn the following:
Text type: Procedural writing
Action verbs
Adverbial phrases (kata keterangan tempat, waktu, cara, alat)
Collective Nouns (kata bilangan)
Connective Words
Punctuations: titik dua, titik koma, hubung, apostrof
Preposition (kata depan): bagi, pada, untuk, serta, sampai, oleh, dengan.
Personal pronoun second person, plural (kata ganti kedua jamak): kamu sekalian, engkau sekalian
Adjectives (kata sifat/keadaan yang terbentuk dari kata ulang (kekanak-kanakan, pontang-panting, gelap-gulita; kata serapan (amoral, kreatif, super); frase (murah hati, keras kepala, kepala batu)
Indonesian Civics
The rights to join an organization
To support the unit of inquiry, the students will learn measurement involving length and mass. They will explore which measurement tools will be best to use to measure length and mass; such as using a ruler for measuring 10 cm and a measuring tape or a trundle wheel (a simplified surveyor’s wheel) for measuring 10 meter distance, using a kitchen scale for under 5 kg and a bathroom scale for measuring their body weight. We plan a lot of hands-on activities throughout this unit.
Subject Stand-Alones
English
Reading Log, Spelling, English Groups, Silent Reading, Read Alouds, Literacy Study, Oral Presentations, Writing, Grammar, Vocabulary Development, NSW Handwriting, Computer Skills
Bahasa
Reading Log, Silent Reading, Read Alouds, Literacy Study, Oral Presentations, Writing, Grammar, Vocabulary Development, NSW Handwriting, Computer Skills
Math
In the second unit, the students will:
sharpen further their skills in four mathematical operations:
addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
.
review the concept of fractions and apply their four mathematical operation skills to fractions.
Biblical Studies
Outcomes:
Demonstrates a sound knowledge of kingdom of God as described in the Gospel of Luke.
Accurately recalls memory verses and explains their meaning.
Able to reflect on their response to God's kingdom
WHY we assess?
“The primary purpose of assessment and evaluation is to improve student learning.”
Taking the PYP Forward pgs 54
Key question: How do we discover what the students know and have learned?
WHY we assess in a variety of ways?
- Taking the PYP Forward
“Assessment should create a true picture of the whole child and be based on a current understanding of how students learn. It should accommodate individual differences and reflect a variety of learning styles.”
JS Assessment Policy SPHI-LV
HOW we assess in a variety of ways?
Assessment Strategies: observations, performance assessments, process-focused assessments, selected responses and open ended tasks

Assessment Tools: rubrics, exemplars, checklist, anecdotal records and continuum

MTPYPH pgs 48-49 & JS Assessment Policy

Next unit meeting...
Firm Foundations:
ASSESSMENT, Part 2
How will we know what the students have learned?
Unit 3 Grade Level
Parent Meeting
Any Questions...
?
IMPORTANT DATES
6 Sept - Unit 2 begins with Science Centers
11 Sept - Islamic New Year - NO SCHOOL
17-21 Sept - Book Week
18 Sept - Field Trip to IPTEK (TMII Science Museum)
28 Sept - End of Term 1
2 Oct - Report Cards published
3 Oct - Parent Teacher Conference - Group #1
8-11 Oct - Term 1 Break - NO SCHOOL
17 Oct - Parent Teacher Conference - Group #2
19 Oct - JS Athletics Day
22-26 Oct - Bahasa Indonesia Writing Test (sometime this week)
26 Oct - End of Unit 2
29 Oct - Wear Batik - Youth Pledge Day
Parent Essential Agreements
E-Portfolio
I will follow the instructions provided by the teacher to create an account and access my child’s e-portfolio.
I will access my child’s e-portfolio a minimum of once per term.
I will leave at least 2 quality comments on my child’s work, including a specific thing I am proud of and a specific way he/she can improve. I will use the e-Portfolio as an opportunity to discuss my child’s learning with him/her.
I will use comments or contact with the teacher to share my child’s ACTION on his/her e-portfolio.
I acknowledge that personal data, such as rubrics and grades, will be visible only to my child, his/her teachers, and myself.
I acknowledge that, in the case of group or whole-class activities, my child’s image and/or voice may be visible in another child’s portfolio (and I may see the other children from the group in my child’s portfolio). No grades or evaluation would be visible to other parents or students in such a case.
Full transcript